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Promoting Cooperation between Educational Institutions and Workplaces : Models of Integrative Pedagogy and Connectivity Revisited (2020)
Förderung der Kooperation zwischen Bildungseinrichtungen und Arbeitswelt : Modelle der integrativen Pädagogik und Konnektivität erneut aufgegriffen


Tynjälä, P., Virolainen, M., Heikkinen, H. L., & Virtanen, A. (2020). Promoting Cooperation between Educational Institutions and Workplaces : Models of Integrative Pedagogy and Connectivity Revisited. In C. Aprea, V. Sappa, & R. Tenberg (Eds.), Konnektivität und lernortintegrierte Kompetenzentwicklung in der beruflichen Bildung / Connectivity and Integrative Competence Development in Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VET/PET) (pp. 19-40). Franz Steiner Verlag. Zeitschrift für Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik : Beihefte (ZBW-B), 29.


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All authors or editorsTynjälä, Päivi; Virolainen, Maarit; Heikkinen, Hannu L.T.; Virtanen, Anne

Parent publicationKonnektivität und lernortintegrierte Kompetenzentwicklung in der beruflichen Bildung / Connectivity and Integrative Competence Development in Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VET/PET)

Parent publication editorsAprea, Carmela; Sappa, Viviana; Tenberg, Ralf

ISBN978-3-515-12687-8

eISBN978-3-515-12688-5

Journal or seriesZeitschrift für Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik : Beihefte (ZBW-B)

ISSN0174-0830

Publication year2020

Number in series29

Pages range19-40

Number of pages in the book251

PublisherFranz Steiner Verlag

Place of PublicationStuttgart

Publication countryGermany

Publication languageEnglish

Publication open accessNot open

Publication channel open access

Publication is parallel published (JYX)https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/71133


Abstract

This theoretical review reflects on the development and application of the Integrative Pedagogical model as well as the Connective model investigating the organisation of learning in the interface between educational institutions and workplaces. The article explores the aspects that these two models emphasise, and identifies similarities and differences between them. Key studies on these approaches were reviewed to accomplish the task. The review shows how integrative pedagogy takes the individual’s learning as its starting point and how educators can support students by encouraging them to combine theoretical knowledge, experience and self-regulation in learning. While this model is pedagogical, the connectivity approach is more sociological in nature and highlights interpretative change concerning knowledge in the process of recontextualisation. Both approaches emphasise the role of communities of practice in building the zone of proximal devel-opment, and have been applied to conceptualise collaborative arrangements between educational institutions and work organisations.


Keywordspedagogy of higher educationconnections to working lifeworking life orientationon-the-job learning

Free keywordsintegrative pedagogy; connectivity; work and learning; learning at work; theoretical models


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Reporting Year2020

JUFO rating2


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